Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Apc Technology LSE:APC London Ordinary Share GB0000373984 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.50p 6.25p 6.75p 6.50p 6.50p 6.50p 15,653 05:30:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 15.6 0.2 0.1 65.0 8.50

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17/7/2018
21:08
Developed by the NHS, distributed in the UK and Ireland by APC and featured on #NHS70 BBC series last night hxxps://t.co/n5XW6F7U27. The Medigenic keyboard reduces bacteria and pathogen levels found on this common touch point by 70% hxxps://t.co/FiRxOxyFqL hTtps://t.co/ru6W9NXtxs
aishah
10/7/2018
13:29
I appreciate you taking the time to post the figs GHF, also the web links. Impressive growth projection, we will see.
golddigger1
07/7/2018
20:01
Thanks GHF
owenski
07/7/2018
19:54
Have you looked for a forecast golddigger? There are numerous sites which contain forecasts. I regularly use stock - o - pedia & the broker notes are available if you choose to subscribe to Research Tree which provides most Stockdale notes...an excellent resource that has become invaluable to private investors in the wake of MifID ii. The undernoted link provides a video of Rob Mundy on some of the changes in its wake. HTTPS://www.research-tree.com/media/mifid-ii-the-private-investor-08-09-2017 You could also use a simple Google search. I had a go & found the forecasts in around 90 seconds. Hopefully the undernoted link will take you straight to it. Recognise not ideal but it’s certainly not APC’s fault. Many small caps are suffering. Scroll down on accessing the link. Forecast section towards the middle of the page. HTTPS://uk.webfg.com/equity/APC_Technology_Group I’ll also post for posterity. 31.08.2018 Turnover £17.51m PBT £0.68m EPS 0.42p (+57%) 31.08.2019 Turnover £19.78m PBT £0.94m EPS 0.57p (+36%) Just wastes valuable energy getting all het up. Kind regards GHF
glasshalfull
07/7/2018
18:04
Ghf, I am aware that Stockdale is the broker but they refuse to send me their reports as they only deal with large investors and institutions. To the best of my knowledge I have never seen a forecast on this board which is really what my point is about. Reading the recent RNS Reach leads me to believe that revenue and profit should increase beyond expectation but without knowing the expectation I am at a distinct disadvantage to those that see Stockdale forecast in making a judgement on whether this will be by a significant amount. I would have thought that this is acting totally against APC’s interest and surprised that the Chairman has allowed this to happen.
golddigger1
07/7/2018
08:20
A reasonable post Jpuff but I would not call a 30% fall in the share price stagnant. With no retail broker or commentator I cannot see any change however rosy the garden until this situation changes.
golddigger1
06/7/2018
23:59
It would be nice to see a rise in the share price if all is so rosy after three years of stagnation. I seem to recall that I bought in yonks ago on the back of Investors Champion recommendation but they hardly ever mention the company these days :(
jpuff
03/7/2018
10:55
They can now easily demonstrate to future acquisition prospects the benefits of joining APC. Management are clearly focused on what works so I wouldn’t be surprised to hear news on more acquisitions in the not too distant...
playful
03/7/2018
07:30
Encouraging update, figures are very positive considering also that the m.cap here is about 8m.
owenski
25/5/2018
13:01
I hope so.Decent results from Electrocomponents,the gorilla.
geraldus
25/5/2018
12:42
3 trades of100,000, any ideas, has it bottomed
latifs100
22/5/2018
15:54
Topped up today. GLA
geraldus
21/5/2018
09:39
GHF - This short term noise has been gong on for quite a few months now. If not a distressed seller I wonder if it is a rich former employee with a grudge against APC? If not then whoever it is appears to be operating with no knowledge of the stock market and certainly doesn't read the boards otherwise I am sure would take you up on your generous offer. Playful - why a good thing? If you mean to mop up loose stock how long before they are obliged to make an offer?
rinson
20/5/2018
23:23
We are lucky to have some good folk involved here and mention in the Times this week that one of our biggest shareholders who attended our AGM is probably going to see one of their investments come to fruition is only a good thing.
playful
19/5/2018
13:45
No they take the money & run!!...
diku
17/5/2018
10:34
Would have thought the house broker could better control this situation. Aren't they paid to manage this type of occurence?
rinson
16/5/2018
11:27
I seem to have touched a nerve.
playful
16/5/2018
09:46
Time-stamps indicate this regular sloppy selling is from the same person who perhaps should know better.
playful
26/4/2018
22:42
Thoroughly enjoyed meeting the CEO & APC team at Mello 2018. They had a wonderful stand at the event with CEO Richard Hodgson providing an excellent presentation within the time constraints. Wonderful again to observe the positivity of the team & growth story emerging. Kind regards GHF
glasshalfull
24/4/2018
21:14
Interesting comments from Utilitywise today and potentially bodes well for APC "The division saw continued traction from its energy services/IoT offering, with a growth in the number of buildings "made intelligent" of 915, from 306 at H1 FY17 to 1,221 at H1 FY18. Further growth is expected in the second half of the financial year as the commercial offering is considered compelling and disruptive." You just need the ability to join the dots and avoid the temptation of painting by numbers.
playful
21/4/2018
12:54
If I was a cynic which,to be clear, I am not, then I would imagine the next fundraising to be accompanied by an acquisition to assuage the shareholders that the funds were required for the sole purpose of the acquisition rather than to plug a gaping hole elsewhere. But as I say that is what a cynic would surmise - but not me.
kemche
21/4/2018
12:35
brownie, I am not really accounts savvy so you have to excuse me. But let's start with the accepted definition of what "Working Capital" actually means as that would help in clearing the confusion: hTTp://www.dictionary.com/browse/working-capital?s=t So current assets minus current liabilities leaves a deficit of £3.337 million. That is to say that if the company liquidates all its current assets to pay for the current liabilities it will be short by £3.337 million. Now this shortfall can only be paid in cash that is earned through profitable trading which is the point I am making in post 822. Your assertion that "Net debt can be reduced by other factors than cash profit." is an interesting one. What avenue would you suggest? One could free up some cash by not paying creditors - although we have been told explicitly that creditors have been paid to keep them sweet. They could lean on debtors to pay quicker but this would prove to be difficult as they rely on factoring/invoice discounting which gave rise to the debt in the first place. There is of course a third way, and the one most favoured by them, since almost every year that I can remember - and that is to rely on the largesse of the shareholders. If you look very carefully at the cashflow you will see that in the year just reported they managed to raise £100k from loan notes, £307k from the sale of the associate, and £695k from extra borrowing. So although you are right in standing by your statement on Working Capital I hope you will permit me to not stand by it. And whilst Stockdale may indeed be excellent in looking at various metrics I have always found it best to rely on my own muddled thinking. If you care to check the history here we have had much in terms of "excellent" research by brokers which in hindsight turned out to be less than "excellent". I would love to hear your thoughts on the above. As I say I am not really well acquainted with the finer workings of financial statements and remain a perpetual student of deciphering accounts - which I often find confounding.
kemche
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